... the coil goes on for a few moments, then off, then on, (oscillate) to meet the selected heat settings
Quote from: Shotgun on March 23, 2012, 11:27:05 AM... the coil goes on for a few moments, then off, then on, (oscillate) to meet the selected heat settingsHeater is ON until the Vent temperature reaches aproximatley 160F, then it turns OFF until the Vent temperature drops to about 130FThe ON /OFF time may be a few minutes for each
... not at all RED HOT ON, it like a PINK/GREY HOT ON
... measure the voltage on the Heater while it's ON
If the blower wheel is clogged with lint or stripped the air flow will be improper EVEN THOUGH YOU FEEL IT COMING OUT THE BACK.
This four wire thermostat that your model uses is a common part that I replace often.